Taizhou, Jiangsu Province: 500 million yuan to support 3D printing talent training
Abstract: Taizhou, Jiangsu Province, recently set up a 500 million yuan guidance fund to provide financial support to settled 3D printing enterprises in terms of talent settlement, training subsidies and so on. Therefore, the output of this 300000 ton/year production line is still declining
Taizhou City, Jiangsu Province recently set up a 500 million yuan guiding fund to provide financial support to settled 3D printing enterprises in terms of talent settlement, training subsidies, etc
as a 3D printing talent training demonstration base jointly built with the industrial and cultural development center of the Ministry of industry and information technology, Taizhou Cultural and creative industry park has established an industrial development guidance investment fund of 500 million yuan to provide enterprises settled in Taizhou with supporting policies and financial support such as rent subsidies, decoration subsidies, tax contribution incentives, talent settlement subsidies, talent training subsidies, scientific and technological innovation incentives for not less than three years
while promoting the introduction of 3D printing on campus and the educational application of 3D printing public service platform, this year Taizhou City and the Ministry of industry and information technology jointly launched a special action of increasing the price of materials (3D printing) talents, signed agreements with Suzhou University of science and technology and other four institutions, and trained a large number of professional and applicable talents according to the needs of local, base and enterprises. And make use of the technological research advantages of colleges and universities to promote the rapid implementation of scientific and technological achievements and create a closed-loop ecosystem
Yang Jie, member of the Standing Committee of Taizhou Municipal Party committee and executive vice mayor, said that talents are the core support of the industry. On the basis of training professionals, the local government is accelerating the integration of additive manufacturing (3D printing) public service platform and traditional industries. In June 2013, 3D printing will be the focus of promoting intelligent manufacturing in the future. Therefore, in order to ensure the personal safety of operators, we will help "made in China 2025"
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